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Mosman Roundup: New school crossing, Christmas markets, 9000 trees planted.

Published On: November 30, 2023

A new school crossing for Mosman Public students will be built on Belmont Rd in January 2024.


A new children’s crossing outside Mosman Public School is set to be installed in time for the new school year.

Council at its November meeting supported a recommendation from the Local Traffic Committee to replace an existing zebra crossing on Myahgah Road, near Belmont Road, with a new combined raised children’s crossing.

It follows community consultation on the proposal.

The new crossing will be built with a $112,111 grant from Transport for NSW.

The work will be funded with a $112,111 grant from the Transport for NSW Get NSW Active Program, with the remainder financed through Council’s capital works program.

The project is scheduled to commence during the upcoming school holidays for completion by late January 2024.

The new crossing will be raised, Council says.

Christmas Dinner Delivery

Mosman Meals is gearing up for a busy festive period, having already delivered more than 20,000 meals in the past financial year.
Orders are opening soon for Christmas dinners to enjoy at home.

Roast turkey and leg ham meals, combined with traditional trimmings, are on the menu alongside pudding and custard desserts.

Meals are available for collection or delivery from 4 to 21 December.

Phone 9978 4130 or order online HERE.

Orders will open soon for Christmas Dinner home delivery for local residents.

Market Double-Header

Mosman residents will have double the opportunity to socialise and shop, with two Mosman Markets during the first week of December.

A weekend market will be staged in Mosman Square and Village Green on Saturday 2 December from 8am to 3pm, with art and craft stalls, gourmet food, music and a lively atmosphere on offer.

The always-popular Christmas Night Market will take place on Thursday 7 December, between 4.30pm and 9pm, with festive-themed stalls, clothing, jewellery, homewares, baked goods and plants, plus food and entertainment.

Visit the website.

Mosman Markets will be held on Dec 2, followed by a special night market on December 7.

Harbour Views

The community is invited to hear about and have a say on harbourside destinations including Middle Head/Gubbuh Gubbuh and the other precincts of Headland Park in Mosman.

The Harbour Trust is inviting members of the public to attend the board meeting of the Members of the Trust, in-person at the agency’s head office in Mosman or online, on 14 December from 3.30pm to 5pm.

The members and the Trust’s executive director will provide updates on the agency and its destinations.

Questions to the leadership team can be pre-submitted.
Register via the website.

Residents are invited to attend a Harbour Trust meeting on 14 December from 3.30pm to 5pm.

Walk for Women

Community members are invited to join a collective action against family and domestic violence through the annual Walk for Women, this Friday 1 December.

Led by Mosman Mayor Carolyn Corrigan, the walk will begin at Rawson Oval at 10am and conclude at the Headland Park Artist Precinct in Georges Heights.

Following the walk, participants will hear addresses from Kerry Chikarovski AM, former Board Director of Our Watch, a national leader in the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia; Phil Kearns AM, former Wallabies captain and two-time World Cup winner; and Paul Devaney, Detective Superintendent and Commander, North Shore Police Area Command.

Register online at HERE.

The annual Walk for Women is on this Friday 1 December.

New Trees

Efforts to enhance the natural environment in Mosman have been boosted through the planting of about 9000 trees and native tubestock in the past financial year.

Residents and volunteers participated in planting projects to improve biodiversity in bushland areas and additions to parks and streets have contributed to existing tree avenues.

Maintaining and enhancing the quality of Mosman’s green spaces and protecting the natural environment is an ongoing priority for Council and the community.

Around 9000 trees and native tubestock have been planted in Mosman over the the past financial year.


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